Most of the LSAT’s difficulty comes from timing. Every second counts. So, if you’re ready to learn how to get faster at Logical Reasoning, read on!
If you don’t review your practice LSAT tests, you’ll truly miss out. Take a look at these top tips for reviewing an LSAT practice test!
Will you accept the LSAT test-writers’ challenge of finding argument gaps? Take a look at these tips for necessary assumption questions!
Everyone has different LSAT needs! In this post, find out how to make sure you are getting in enough LSAT practice tests to maximize your performance.
If your LSAT score is not improving as much as you’d like, take a look at some straightforward strategies to score higher on the LSAT.
As you probably know, sitting through an LSAT is not something most people do for fun. If you happen to be that one person who can casually take the LSAT a week after hearing about it for the first time and still score above a 170, congratulations. You are genius and the rest of us […]
Here’s a list of the best LSAT prep books to buy if you’re planning on self-studying for the exam. For Timed Practice Tests 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volume V This is the most recent set of real LSATs released by LSAC, all containing Comparative Reading questions and half with the new, more spacious Logic […]
Wondering how to study for the LSAT? A good plan of attack includes 4 elements: Full-length, timed practice tests Individual, timed practice sections An error log Untimed, targeted practice Full-length, Timed Practice Tests This is a great starting point for your LSAT prep. In fact, I recommend taking a full-length practice test before you […]
LSAT practice tests are a great idea. They help you build stamina, hone your pacing, and pinpoint exactly where you need to continue practicing. In the right circumstances, they can also be valuable tools to prepare for some of the less obvious challenges you’ll face on test day. So, here are the top 5 differences […]
“How do I set reasonable goals for my LSAT prep?” This is a question I’ve heard over and over again from students trying to set LSAT prep goals. If you’re even asking yourself this question, you’re approaching your LSAT prep from the right perspective. Effective LSAT prep isn’t about aimless improvement. Instead, it should be […]